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John Wayne

I really wish John Wayne and Clark Gable had worked together. I think that their screen personalities would have been exciting together. I…

Started by Kris C

1 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Michael Joseph Pieper

The Legends of 'Gone With The Wind'

Olivia de Havilland remembers making of the movie Author: Anthony Breznican Source: Tuesday, November 30, 2004 The Associated Press LO…

Started by Rafaella

1 Aug 16, 2009
Reply by Jen

Favorite Gable Quotes

I was kinda surprised that there wasn't a section for this yet with all the funny lines Clark has said! So I figured I'd start up the dis…

Started by Melissa Hicks

8 Jul 31, 2009
Reply by Jen

Actors Clark should have worked with

Humphrey Bogart Those two were the biggest actors at the time. I'm surprised they never acted together in at least one film.

Started by Maddy

4 Jun 18, 2009
Reply by Michael B. Druxman

Favorite thing about Clark gable

I was wondering what is everybody favorite thing about Gable? Acting, personality or whatever. I love him in GWTW and from what I have read…

Started by Jen

4 Jun 8, 2009
Reply by Shiner

They REALLY, REALLY need to make a TV bio-pic movie on his life

And I think you all will agree with me. It's a shame there hasn't been one yet.

Started by Maddy

5 Jan 7, 2009
Reply by Maddy

Tap Tap lol

Is it just me, or was it Clark Gable's trade mark to tap his female co-stars on the butt at least once in each film? lol. He did it with Jo…

Started by Cineman27

3 Dec 19, 2008
Reply by Cineman27


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